As seen in Woman’s World magazine! Urinary incontinence affects 50% of all women, and there’s a surprising cause: constipation. When not eliminated regularly, the adult colon can hold as much as 50 pounds of waste, which causes downward pressure on the bladder, leading to leaks. To get things moving and strengthen your bladder at the same time, spend 10 minutes daily stretching — especially any moves that stretches the inner thighs. Not only does daily stretching increase bladder control in 66% of women, but it also helps get things moving to clear up constipation so you won’t have to worry about leaks!
As researchers learn more about Alzheimer’s disease, one thing is clear: Low levels of the B vitamin thiamine contribute to the growth of the brain plaques that cause memory loss and dementia.